A Turnover in the Galaxy Main Sequence of Star Formation at M∗ ∼ 10m for Redshifts Z < 1.3

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The relationship between galaxy star formation rates (SFR) and stellar masses (M∗) is re-examined using a mass-selected sample of ∼62,000 star-forming galaxies at z ≤ 1.3 in the COSMOS 2-deg field. Using new far-infrared photometry from Herschel-PACS and SPIRE and Spitzer-MIPS 24 μm, along with derived infrared luminosities from the NRK method based on… (More)

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@inproceedings{Lee2015ATI, title={A Turnover in the Galaxy Main Sequence of Star Formation at M∗ ∼ 10m for Redshifts Z < 1.3}, author={Nicholas Lee and D. B. Sanders and Caitlin M. Casey and Sune Toft and Nick Z. Scoville and Chao-Ling Hung and Emeric Le Floc’h and Olivier Ilbert and H. Jabran Zahid and Herv{\'e} Aussel and Peter L. Capak and Jeyhan S. Kartaltepe and Lisa J. Kewley and Yanxia Li and Kevin Schawinski and Kartik Sheth and Quanbao Xiao}, year={2015} }